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What value of t makes this equation true?
4 x 9 = 3 x t
1. t = 6
2. t = 9
3. t = 12
4. t = 4
26 x 10
1. 13
2. 26
3. 260
4. 149
Find the product of: $23 xx 153$
1. 3519
2. 415
3. 2494
4. 176
A short method of adding a number to itself a given number of times.
1. Arithmetic
3. Subtraction
4. Division
5. Multiplication
6. Sum
7. Difference
8. Quotient
Bobby drives 634 miles round-trip to visit his grandmother in Philadelphia. How many miles does Bobby drive if he visits his grandmother 4 times?
1. 2,426 miles
2. 2,436 miles
3. 2,536 miles
4. 2,836 miles

Which open number sentence will help find how many baskets Sally made?
1. 26 - n = 2
2. 2 x n = 26
3. 2/n = 26
4. n + 2 = 26
Balloons cost .75 each. Which expression shows how to find the cost of 3 balloons?
1. .75 + 3
2. .75 - 3
3. 3 x .75
4. .75 + 3 + 3
When Barrie found an Indian head coin he added it to his collection. He now has 39 jars with 321 coins inside of each jar. How many Indian head coins does Barrie now have?
1. 4,678
2. 11, 986
3. 21,518
4. 12,519
The new sports complex has 89 rows with 765 seats in each row. What is the maximum number of people that could be in the sports complex to watch a game from the seats?
1. 68,983
2. 65,847
3. 68,085
4. 50,000
5 x 11 = N
1. N = 50
2. N = 40
3. N = 55
4. N = 60
5. N = 65
4 x 4 x 4 x 4 x 4 x 4 means
1. Multiply 4 x 6
2. Multiply 46 x 1
3. Multiply 4 six times
4. Multiply 4 x 6 x 4
What number belongs in place of the                 in this open number sentence?

13 x                 = 117
1. 9
2. 13
3. 19
4. 22
What is the result of multiplying one number by another?
1. Quotient
2. Product
3. Difference
4. Multiplication
Solve: 456 x 26 =
1. 9456
2. 11856
3. 7896
4. 8756
4 x 4 x 4 x 4 x 4 x 4 =
1. 24
2. 876
3. 16
4. 4,096
Virginia took 42 photos with her digital camera. She stored an equal number of photos in each of 3 folders on her computer. Which multiplication sentence could Virginia use to find the number of photos in each folder?
1. $3 xx 14 = 42$
2. $3 xx 40 = 120$
3. $3 xx 42 = 126$
4. $4 xx 42 = 168$
Mr. and Mrs. Maddox and their three children are flying to Los Angeles. The cost of each ticket is $179. The cost of all tickets is$537.
1. True
2. False
Jamie has been collecting rocks for 10 years. Each year, she collected 19856 rocks. How many rocks has she collected through all 10 years?
1. 19786
2. 346231
3. 198560
4. 765456